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H D AT, FEBRUARY 3, 1913.
SHOW THE SUBWAY CONTRACTS TO ALL THE PEOPLE!
It is announced that Mr. WiHcox will stay in office "until contracts are signed.'
again ! But let more be done.
Then let us breathe j These contracts have been concocted in the dark. They tie up the interests of 5,000,000 people for
flft.v years. Every citizen of New York should have a chance to read them before they are signed.
THE EVENING WORLD DEMANDS THAT THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION MAKE THE COMPLETE CONTRACTS PUBLIC BEFORE THEY ARE SIGNED.
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FOX'S SCHEDULE OF GRAFT.
Disorderly House : $100 a Month
Excise Violations $25 a Month
Gambling Houses $50 a Month
Poker Clubs $25 a Month
Stuss Games $25 a Month
ewr. Hum Bm DWWtAWimy neventy-rtrth street, aM WWImi p.
HMi Ma MtlMk Tg t Ills J ustlee OOfl Aldrlch. president, af No. IK! West
ni11cl aswent Eleventh Matt
1: . leiirned Ml sfternonn that II vsaa oilmitt.il that I Fir Htate waa
Km i'l off. rest Mi service to the In-j prepared lu put an Ma statul totally
trlet-Atlorney ana tliat he win use bid I unespected mlnfii. James HreUy, who
Ballet. ,. lg In securing larf ellBfa j would gaear that on several occasions
live aaMaaai of his se-isatlonsl fcwngga. ha ai luajly paid tha 1 jitotectlon " tnoti
aion l'i(iacuUr Whitman U known I ay tu IVfl In tlii" nam of Ocmgs
tn be already In poa.Mokin of much cor- illp, aM tha: h knew Who the monter
laUiaUaa anil It la derlared an iMNr wan paid Id tha policeman Dlstrlct-At-Mai
intnlnst a poller captain alteady I tormr Whitman gntj Aselnunt DMtNu
la being Mff ' Attorney rrederteV J itrnehl, who
It as reported Ihl afternoon that i aorki J up thd , ase ng.ilnst I'oi. ins
Pol had tentatively Involved more than j Jubilant at thia turn of the nm and Uc
, no i, ii.,. tutatn Mr Mat a' cording dated tirr tellef that Fox Would !
1 of hla friend to whom lie had
talked, steal on mora than ana oc aslon
lr'i the graft collector, of certain
Othar aplaina won- III, at had been
"loa'c.1 ' to these captains to do their
roil Uasva if aaraaaaaaiiva evidence
of t - itnr an or an i rod .. f nnl
-Monday II Is aald tlio Indictment of 1
uor, than unr captain will ha a ...-
laMaatai Oaanla K.ry, whose
nanie NM been kevgntlawea' prominently
in cri t 1 inveetlgatloni lata tin- boIIi
fir t, in bava i ta oallad a a ;
. . HI
I:i'M Hi. a afleriiu' n lirfoia tba
ran Aldarmanlo pol invest Baflna .
( grafting, Matrtal -Attomay WThMmaa
notlfl I J. Kobi rt liubln. blf a : U
who la attending Ihr i aalutia of tha
I'urran roanmlltaw, that Htturv muat
not he DaHaa aa vrllnaaa at thia tlmn,
PLEAS OF FOX'S WIFE ANO
it war tha piaaa of hia wlfa and ia'n-
5'ar-ol I tliiichtrr which lad tha a .viaad
paNaaMaa to throw lUmaalf upon tli
, many of Ilia JJlatrlct-AUnniay. A
rordltK to Ml lawyara. la pamillaaa
II waa auppnaad to havw valuabln prop
arty naar I'oUBhkaepnle, Imuflit from hla
altar.- of the jcraft ha fullantadj It U.
rl.ipd la Say that thia proparty waa
worth IMMi and that It la ancumbrivd
wrth a tl.SHi mnrta(.
Ail laVJl RtBkt It la aald, I Nix a wira and
dauglitfr pk-adad with kbw pa mak
tarma and aava hlmawlf from a pruran
laStaMai In view of tlir fart (hat ha bad
received none of tha money ho collected
Hla reward. It ia aald. waa ahortar haura
and timer duty than lie otherwise, would
Kux'a attaanya doilar tliat wban ba
entered th Criminal fnurta It. riding to
day he wna atlll anaurlna; UkM of tils
Intio.'i-nrn and hla deier.-nlnavlloi, to tight.
When he lenrlied that the IJtstrlct-Al-lorney
waa grjlng to ue aa a wltaaaa
against him Jbmra J'niily. wbo had
often paid the protection mieney for
fipp. Ko weataeaod. "I'm not gulng to
be the goal, ' ha aald, aud Ida attorneys
at once opened nvgnttattnna with Mr
W hitman and JuaUoa Oaff.
Tbo Dlalrict-Attorue Ueoiatided that
Kos muke a clean breaat of evarythlag.
A Jury waa eoUcted. and than Fox, hla
lawyera and hla brother want Usto a pro
tracted see rat conference with Mr
it ia aald Fox declared he could Im
plicate, in a legal manner, only thu po
lice captain for whom ha collected, and
added that ho received nowe of the
Aa soon aa he reached the Criminal
Caejrtg Building to-day Mr. Grant want
o the office of iJlatrlct-Attorney Whlt
oi.au Mr. Wtittma had not arrived, aa
) ' xa cnunael went Into conference with
Mr. droehl, who prepared tha case
against Fox. Mr. Moaa waa hastily
called into the aonferen. e. and tha three,
with Mr. Ronaa, went Into JueHoe troff'a
courtroom, an H I in ccatferenra. Later
they were joined there by Mr. Whitman
and all went into .luetic Ooff'e chant
bare, where they ramednad tor tan m In
ula. It la anaWralaud that at this oon
(rwnre the prapaaitlon at Fax and tba
counter propaattlaa it Mr. Wait man
ware made, aad tba tlaaa aat tar the
Justice Uoff ordered la select. on of a
Jury to begin at once, ao that If Fox
refused to enter a plea of sullty and tall
hla story, tha trial could gu on to a
JURY CHOMN IN 46 MINUTES,
In questioning proapmHIve Jurors Attor
nay Uraat laid particular atreaa upon
tha (act that tba IVilksa Department has
of late been aubjacted to aavera trtttilcm
and aaked It the faot that Fux waa a
uieoiber ot tba torsa would prejudice
-urora lutalnat blm
Ot the Brat twelve taleamen called
eight were accented aa jurura and aworn
.11 and tba aatlra box waa filled at il.tt
Mr. Grant tbaa aaked for an Immediate
adjournment of court until I o'akock ao
tbay might confer with their cllant aa to
tha terma laid down by Mr. Whitman
Thia waa granted by Juatlce OoaT and
I'ox and big attorneya began a aecret
The foliowlnaj la the Jury that waa
Kugene Van Zandt, a manager, of So.
3i CaMnl Fark Weai. Samuel D. Und
say, real talate ugent, of No. 1 1 aat
Fortieth street; Vrtd W. Meeker, inuan ...
deaUr. of Nr. UU Daly avenue. Vrad
er. .. lirown, real .stale agent, of No
4.1 Central Park West . Alexander
H "Laic, a manager of No. 37a Manhattan
avenue; ilenjamln Wlleon, clerk, of No.
US Weai Una Hundred and Klghty-ntth
firaatl Ueorge A. Muure, aaleamaii. of
No. 371kl Uroadway; Horace I". Doaeer.
manager, of No. W Weal OM Hundred
u.d Twrnty-Arat street. Eugene O.
Middleoniok. a printer, of No. 417 Man
hattan avenue, N. M. Ale'on, niauage
of No Si Central Park Weal, w
ataal ...I ...el. N,. aa U. -.,
easi sews ' www " " '
convicted without trouble
Mr. Hredy ! toll Mr IVIillnan I'
on rt veral oecaeions tia took lleorge A
Siap'a rhcA for r to the oia Twaifth
Ward llnnk, at MXlngtOfl avenue and
One Hundred and Tiv ctitv-flfth street.
i: I isjueaved for it two bills, whim
deliceied UniiiedlBtcK to Kos. ai
"proltctKin mone" far the Baltic Ilulul
Whleh Sipp J i t-'J
WITNESS HAD NO SHAKE IN
..... m ... . j
WHwaaa Hmiv aayi ha limply actrd
, . , .
aa M P i a frland and n. , ngtr Whaa
. ... . , . .
aa paid 1 ov, o li.a :.o . V. 4 aln-i tad
.j,.. . . . . a i
ta rairy addiliuiial f.,,i! kiafora tba!
I ii r
Tn rMatrtat Attamey jubiian ,
ton. ot-r II. e auriender of Tliom ia .1
DaflMb mmiager of the Dotal Avanali
formerly Hipp a Uaitlc Hotel. Koi Un,
It I aald, as paM I large sum af
money by raprei-entatlvea of a pnlba
ipspe-tor and a polloa captain to flee
from Nee,- York after he ii-atlfiel be
fore i ie i'urran Aldermutilc 'ominlltea.
lie wiiit flrat to Troy and later to
The publlcailnn. a few daya ago. of
the 1 1' i ; ni.it Ion that uiilaaa ha returned
tn New York, Dorian might be Mlatadj
aa u briber. In view of tha evidence ho
gave befora tba I'arran 'omrnlttar, had
the desired effect. Throug i hla wife,
Dorian got In touch with Mr. Whitman
and laat nlitht am rendered hlma.lt to
the Die t rlct-Attorney. Ho waa ent,
under guiind of two detectlvi-a from the
Deftftl t-Attornry'a staff, to an uptonn
hotel, where be waa kept until he waa
brought to tba Orlmlnal t'ourta llulld
Ing to-day to taatlfy agalnat Fox.
Dorian, It la umteretaod, will oa a wlU
naaa bofoia the John Dne Orand Jury
when it rarnnvmea Wedneeday and will
be asked what mil unices sruught about
hts night from New York. If rh atory
ha tella ia aubalantlated la any way, ad-
dttlonul lndicunautN will be aaked.
WARRANT FOR ARCHB0LO
ON TEXAS INDICTMENTS
HAS REACHED NEW YORK.
Papers in StanJar.1 Oil Case Mailed
UK Tuesday, but May Not
Despite tha refusal of Tinted mates
Dlstilct-Altorney Wiaa and Maiahall
Hankal to itMUfa h- matter. It was
learned on good authority to-day that
the irranta mailed In Temia last
Tuesday asking for the ariest of John
D, ArShbaM, H Ci Kdger Jr, and w. c
Teagle of the ejtandard Oil Company
have reached bara.
it is understood that the wanunti
will not be eKecute.i liacaute of Hie opin
ion of C. H. Morrison and Oliver K. Pa
iian of the liepartmcnl of Juatlce that
the evidence now In their possession Is
not sufficient to sustain .lu convictions
af Ilia defendants or to warrant an at
tempt to take them to Texas.
The Indictments on which these war
rants were laened rhargo that Arch
bold, Folger nnd Tenxle conspired to
stltle competition In violation of the
Sherman Antl-Tiust l.nw. It also ac
cuses them nf allow Ing the MaKtiolla
Oil Company to abanrb the Navarro
Refining Company and the hutnaea of
the John Kealev Company for the pur-
paaa Of deatroylng the IMerce-Fonlyce
Attorney-tJeneral Wlckersha.n Inst
August bald V.P aevernl warrants on
the siiine Indll tniiMit when MorilHon
nnd i'agan lobl him that they didn't
think under the evidence In the poe
eeaslon of the Department of JuaUca
ttiut . oiivb tlons cbtlld tie secured.
A tiespateh from Washington .yn a
resolution calling on Attorney-Oenaral
vfickarabam to submit to the Nouaa
statement .onceinlng hla action on
these Indictments ae Introduce I In
the House lo-day by Iteprc-entatlye
LAST HOTEL ALBANY FIRE.
Bat There Wasn't a Ploanee or
Prill In This One.
The former Hotel Albany, which la
being remodelled, gave Broadway Its
laat fire thrill to-day
An alarm from the hulldlnn wiien it
wna in commission us a hotel waa the
signal for the leathering of an vaxcr
inoli, highly appreciative of the dis
play of chorus girl finery .Hid shrill
voiced beauty In distress.
The crowd waa there to-lay. but
there was not a flounce or a Klggle to
reword those who stood In the sleet
and watched the eiiKinee; pull up. The
building Is being ruiuodellod and u
workman ripped out the automatic tire
alarm without knowing what be was
starting- The firemen almost enrne to
blows with the workmen when they
ran up through the bouse demanding
to ua shown where the tire was.
Til M It a i nl Ii IV ,,v i..v
H I Tsks I.AXAT1VK BSUMQ Qiuataf In. lets
'' It rails to ears. K W
UIVISI aawwe M v ev-u Isis. ic. .
BUT SUBWAY DEAL
IS STIW SECRET
Scamp Critics" Not Allowed
to Know Real Terms of the
SEVERAL JOKERS DliAU.
Report ( liven Out About Row
Between Shonts and
The MatV ay eantraets, revised In se
cret by public officials after a- amp
rrltloa had axpneed glaring Joken in
tbem, were not brought out to-day Into
Ihv fresh alt of the mmmunlty, as ass
rxpe trd. The traction companies are
atlll hacking away at the contracts,
denting them no doubt, and chairman
William K. VVIllrox of the Public. Her
Vice Commission, after flva and a half
year of dickering with these aama
r.nmian!ee upon the aame problem, com
pla entl. announces: 'ONLY A I'KW
MINOR DUTAIIaS Ki:MAlM TO BK
t'nfortunataly for the public, these
"minor detalla" are discussed In pri
vate and not In public. Aa little public
dls usslim upon the contracts aa poa
slble has been permitted prior to a de
cision. After the thing is dona and
opposition developa, then tha public
ofn, lala connected with aubway matters
become highly irritated that tliere
should be any rrtllelam whatever.
MANY DEFECTS IN CONTRACTS
Two weaka ago tha lsst public hear
ings were held upon tha "final draft"
of theae contraeta. Chairman Wlllcox
Mayor flaynor and Comptroller I'ren
deigast announced that tha publlo had
been fully safrgusrded. Two members
af tha Publk- Service Commission
Msssrs. Maltble and Cram -and one
member of the Hoard of Estimate
President MltchsJ of the Board of Alder
men dcclaied that this announcement
aa not in ancoislance with the facta,
and they pointed out defects that were
In the contracts.
flo datarmlned waa tha public out
break agajnat the uon tracts aa thay Xtja
pe.ii el in the "final draft" that many of
ihe deatirnated Joket In them ware
killed, muoti to tho disgust of tba head
of the traction coBipaniaa. At leaat word
has niters out fMq the aeiret confer-
mces that thae Jokr have barn killed.
one cannot my for sure that they have I
bren killed, for no one outside of tha
putdlo offldaU nioaUnr.etl haa seen the
Commissioner Maltble has barn doing
bis beat to keep the public Informed of
what la going on behind closed doors.
He haa not bean Invited to all of the
conferences, but thoae he baa attended
have felt the Impress of hU presence,
REPORT Ok A ROW BETWEEN
SHONTS AND WILLIAMS.
In an apparent attempt to illttsrt pub
lic attention from themselves, mem
bers of the conferreoi at yestcrday'a
secret session to-day gave nut a seem
ingly! crlcumstantlul story of a row be
tween Pr. sklent Shout. f the Inter
iMirough, and Col. Williams, l'resid.'iit
of the II H. T., over the proposed terms
fot a Joint use of tue OttyOWnad ele
vated structure in Queens. Thia . iash
Is said to have occurred at I ho confer
ence In Mr. Wlllcox's residence.
Col. Williams objected lu tlin terms
which he said Mr. rlhonts laid down.
He said that the II. it. T. would huve
to pay Slou.uuv a year mora than It
ought to pay- The it. It. T. thinks it
ought to get the use o.' the structure,
from six to eight miles long, fur next
But. i companies ate a unit lu asking
that Ihe clause prov'dlng that the use
of the tracks be pall fur on tile ton
mileage uasia he stricken riom til.e con
tracts. Col. Williams la said to have
wound up his dispute with Shouts by
laying lie would luusult Ills hankers
Ihe B. it Ti vara plumed for tho new
lines arc heavier than tliuss tu be built
by tin Inlet-borough.
ASKS COifS AID
TO GET HER GOATS
I If a lady visits her hushauJ (with
whom ehe is only on terms of ulluionyi
I in Ills office on Uroadway, and demands
that he turn over to her certain burses,
cows, hogs, s..eep. Kuats and c hlcketie.
! ejpjj he repliaa tas courteously as the
I dictates of ley.al separation prescribe
'that be haa not one of those rural uiii-
mala bx-ked up in hla safe, and sub
sequently he tails to deliver those
I same rustic neasts to her apartment in
ti Balleolalfa Hotel. Is that gentle
man to be considered sa having con-
veiled the animals to his own use'.'
HCb la the question to be decided hy
SiipraBki court Juattas tJavgtrbn. m
mediator in t ia null oa an n lai bafara
til ill. tru.igtit by Mrs. h'mma L. Ml-
FROM RICH HUBBY
Entrance and Exits of the Houston Hippodrome,
Moving Picture Show House Where Panic Killed Two.
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Coroner I'elnoerg laaued a atitenient
to-day condemning the ownera of the
Houaton Hippodrome and thu llureau
of Cleanses Issuing the permit .'or operating-
the edd converted church as a
moving picture theatre.
In hla statement the Coroner said that
"every man, woman and child w ho paid
their admlasion Into the place knew In
stinctively that they were giang Into a
flrotrap, and In their Inner innai-ious-nsasaa
they knew that It needed only the
cry of fire to throw them Into a panic."
The old chun-h building la dry, worm
eaten tinder, which would need nothing
more than a match dropped In a corner
to spring Into blaxe, a cording to Kelu
berg. He aaid that he would like to
know If tha memhera of the Ulcenae Bu
reau felt they were morally right In
granting a license to such a flretrap
even though superficially the reiulre-
merits of the law were fulfilled.
Donald, to recover 112, BOO from James
P. McDonald, whoaa extensive railroad
operations In Haytl, running up to the
IMiMMCa mark, have earned for him
the unofficial title of ' Tncrow ned King
of that dusky island.
Mrs. Mclionald'a present action Is
the aecond she haa brought within a
month before the same Jud4e, to tp-t
money from her husband. Her firs:
essay was highly succoasful. for Jus-
tlee iavegun ordered Mr. .Mcliunall
to pay her alimony at the rate of tlui
The pfoDoaald'a were married In the
latter part of ltius. She was ut that
time the widow of Ueorge Ivla.ey
hlvana Justice Blauboffi In lull,
ttwatdul Mrs McDunuld a decree of
legal M paiallon. it WU pursuant t
thia dec.ee that Justice tiavegau mi le
iter the II"" a month alimony award.
If her contentions in her present
action bo true, Mr. McDonald was not
always above, the uecesslty of ne",o-
tlatlng email loans or the ' tlde-ine
over" catygory. 1
fact, she declares
that Just lirloi to her marriage to
McDonald " lot rowed 11. i from her
in two Hiatal mints of t-nm each, auJ
then repaid her by assigning to her his
furniture In his apartment at Xo. 1
Weei Sixty-ninth street.
It Is for the furni ire. whl h she says
she bought In this inunncr. for othet I
furniture, which aba nwcat'- she hoiixhl
for hirself prior to the marriage, and
for the stock on their Ofangs County
fHrm. which she asset n was paid fur
with her own money, tliat she la suing
fee informed the t'ourt to-day tint
though she hud mad, demands upun
Mr. M Donald for all of this property,
he had refused to Klvo her any of It.
"Ill I'Jl" a Ire bumed down our house
at Orange i.'our.ty, and I came to Nisi
York and told Mr, MoDonald I wanted
to sell the Uva rtoek," she teailfled to
day. "He aureed tu Klve me S,M0 for
It. Utter, Just before Mr Molonald
sailed for Kurope. he told me he had
learned the tire which had burned down
Ihe orange t'ounty house had destroyed
all J. receipts fur the live stock and
he would pay me nothing fur It. He
dared me to 0 to a lawyer with thu
"On his return to this country ho
seemed to have calmed down ntnl told
me to sell the stock. He didn't want
it. So I w nt up to tho farm nnl
there hie gfTenti Peterson, apologlsad,
but Informed me he couldn't let me
take a thing away, lor be had bean
instructed su to m l by Mr. M, Don
ald. "Returning to New xorki I served a
delilillld fpf the HtocK on Mr. xfl'Don"
"See here. Vouf Honor," Interrupted
.lame-, ft, Dabortie, attomay for ttc
Donald, "i wish 1 1 can your attention
to tlie fact that the demand was ci red
in Mr. Mel iniiabl's itroalwav nffioa.
1 He didn't have the horxaa ghd cows
j and goals In his safe, and If be ha I,
I he couldn't turn Ib in oval lu -Mis.
MoDonald i" har apart mem in tha
1 ttalUolalri N'ii.v. r. ho u ' iih
of com i simiV"
1'lie t'ourt sail lie would llvs Die
uerttuii ij uiiaiaviulluii.
DELAWARE RACES M'CATlIiTS""
Neck and Neck They Seek,
Honor of Being State to Make j
DOVER, Del , K S -Believing that
Delaware would make the thirty-sixth
state to ratify the Federal Income tax
amendment ami time make it effective,
the legislature this forenoon rushed
through a Joint reaolutiun ratifying the
Aoaordtng ta the speaker of tho
House of Representatives nf the Dela
ware Legislature, final legislative ac
tion on the Joint resolution ratifying
the proposed amendment w js taken
at 10. IS o'clock this gtornlng, The Sen
ate met at IA.M A. M. and soon after
ward passed the resolution. Within
flva minutes after Its receipt from the
.-tennte the House acted favorably upon
the measure The action of
I houses was unanimous.
I here was no Knowledge here or no
tion -by Wyoming oa this Question and
Delaware Is claiming the honor of hav
ing oaai the deciding vutc In favor of
WYOMING HURRIES TO GET
CHBYBNNBi Wyo , Fell, .i.-Not n d i.
sntUll VOta was registered in eltlle
House of the Wyoming- l. aistuture to
day on the Julnt resolution ratifying the
Ineamaa tax amendment 10 the Federal
ConetltUtlon, The resolution of rntltlcu
tlon was Intro lin ed In the Semite bv
.-senator Kendrl k. and was taking the
usual course until the leftalktora learned
that only one State was needed tu ma!' o
the amendment effective.
Whan the Senate inei ih.. morning
Mr. Kendrb k moved the resolution be
taken up unde- a auspenelon of the
rules. It was passed and at once for
warded to the House, where It was ex
pedlted. the vote being completed at
11.15 o'clock A. M. The resolution
I then went to the Governor for hla alg
W A-SHlNiVTON. Feb. t - An income
tax Is now one of thu provisions of the
1 ConatUtltiOn "f the rnlted States.
The ratification by Delawar and Wy
oming to-day of the Ineoiiv, tax amend
ment- the sixteenth change in tha Con
stitution and the Aral ainca the raoon
sit u 'tio.'i complied a list of thlrty-
Seven States, t hive-fourths gf the Union,
w hich have Approved the provision.
Xha vote of thirty-six States Were
ateaaary to ratify the gmandmant
Congrasa now win enact
mi) ma tas, .111.1 it prolmli'v will be-
soma effective ilin ing Ilia struoi'.i.mry
sasalon I" I"' called ii) l'r sUent-elevI
Wilson iu March. Ths t is. n-eir, its
iirot . 0111 i Hi i i iimitutiuni are all
left in ungr
I eiln! What Kind? Bring Red Croat
t Urvfi Iran Uai. iv isu twi. Ailu.
RATIFY INCOME TAX
BENCH FOR SEAT
Continued from pint taga
regards to you pnrsonal'.y, very truly
yours. WDWAKD M't.'AI.ti.''
WILL HAVE TO STUDY THE
"Aa to the sul.w.iv contracts." coTi
t'uuil Justb e OdoOalL "I know noih'ng
iibuut them one wav or the other ex
ept what I have ret I in the newt papers.
I go Into office with an open mind. I
will re'iulre time to study the suba-ay
mutter thoroughly from all armies, and
If It should lie ray .fortune to sign In"
contracts my t jnnt.r will be ifnvd
only af tar i have gtvan them patnetab
Justice MeCaJl la n brother of the
i Ma Job
It, Met 'all, president or the
'ort I. If
1 Insurance Company, 'He
Is fifty years old and most of bis prac
tice hh it lawyer was connacted with
the NaW York Life. In IliO'J he was
elected to tha Supreme t'ourt on tlio
Tammany ticket. Although he haa
been actively associated with
Tammany Hall he Is considered a Turn-
many man ami his appointment la con
sidered in polltl. s as going to the credit
of the Tammany or animation.
The change In the chairmanship of
the Commlaaion puts a iati'onage
carrylnx an annual tnlary total of
1111,711 at the disposal of Democrats
There are 31' Jobs exempl from civil
service. Including n tin, unit engineer,
I utsl a $10,006 counsel.
Chairman WfllOOI said: "I kt.o.v Jus-
I Ms 'all e Is ii hlxih class,
man, Htul I am glad Hint th.
ernor haa seen 'it to make such an up-
pollltmant. 1 do not know when ais ap
pointment will DO sent lo the Senate, but
I do know that I shall rafflaltl hero as
a holdover arid give the Justice my
very naslKtame to finish up the hlg
ubwa) mattar, it would not ba grace
ful of me to do otherwise.
"I huve been Informal t at Justice
MoCall haa resigned, bill that Is a res
Ignatlon tha conditions of which will
permit him to wind UP unfinished Ju
dicial matters. I think It physically
Impoaafblo to have the aubway con
tracts In hand by to-morrow."
Fit Snrinc to conir, but Ixirin to build
up our s -teni now by cltwttinfl your j
blood of those impuritlgl that liave ac- I
cumutatgd in it during. Mi winttr. ,
To build up the sytttm now will htlp i
you through the sudden changM Of
weatiier it this season and vcrj likelv
IgVf you from serious skkneas later.
is the iiieilicine t,
' ike. It purifie
; the blood nnd rene'.v
In t!,.. nviiil luiiinl tiirtn nr in thi
, tabletN kno'.vn as Sarentabs.
mmmm sseaaaa -
L08T, FOUND AND RCWa RDS.
i.ii-r Hundsi avirnli.1,
III ilni an. I U'd -I.
g l.t rum. lui'.isll r.
Ustaraa 4gtti it.
Mini geusuwsjr. lies.
I'. II.: :raid Huu
f.llsT' Nrar Hseillsh li'isiltsl.
bag, Biiauik. IswUi aaj sieils.
l. a., a Wuiid.
ON SERVICE BOARD
UNION MAN HELD
JERSEY GUN PLOT
Peter P. Murphy, Treasurer of I
fiiiKineers' Social, Is Arrested
OH Warrant in Newark.
paiar p. Murphy, iraaturar at
No. inn ,if the statin, iar Knarinaara
I'nlon in Jersey f'lty, waa arreated. th's
nftirnoon. by Serjeant l'lnnhery of the
Jersey CltJ poll e,
with hiring three
nnd 'H'g Slim."
Murphy la rhargad
N'.n York gunmen.
tn jtta-k John W.
Hurke. an opponent or Murphy In ulon
politics. Thomas Confoy was ihot b
tho gunmen In a saloon s uffle In their
effort tu get at Hui ke In Jersey City.
On an affidavit by Hurke, Justice
Carey Iseued a warriiut for Murphy
last night ermar Judge Mark Sulli
van. Mnrpln's counsel, sal.l be would
make every effort to have Murphy give
himself up. but lie did not know where
he bad been since Hat:trda
man walklne. on Newark avenue
this afternoaTI stopped ServeuM l-'lan-nery
and pointed out Murphy boarding
a street car I'lannery hoarded the
i ar and made the arrest. Murphy
mails no objection, snylng If he had
known the wariant was nut lie would
have given himself no He was hell
In I "'in ball hy Justice I'srey
BURKE MAKES ACCUSATION
AGAINST RIVAL IN STATION.
Mar HeT In the day Murphy waa re.
ported to lie In New York, and several
detectiveis f r m Oounty Prosecutor
'.sr. ana office were sent to Manhattui
to iook for him.
Murphy waa in the custody of the po
lice Friday night, after the shooting-.
They were unable to get anything from
him eacept that he had been in the
meeting room of tho union, over the sa
loon, where the fight took place. They
finally had Hurke confront him in the
room of Capt Casey of the Third Pre
cinct "When you say I had anything to do
with the shooting of Conroy." said Mur
phy, "you Ha and you know it. I'm Just
ss sorry for his being shot as you are.
When I have occasion to do a man 1
am able to do It myself. 1 don't nerd to
send to New York to get thugs to help
I "BLACK SHEP" OF FAMILY,
HIS BROTHER SAYS.
"I know this." Hurke replied, hotly.
You have uren my enemy In the union
and in politics for years. You hate
every hair Ot my head. 1 am respon
sible for the charges analnst you for
wrung handling or the money of the
union and there was to be a final meet
ing on these charges Monday. You bad
every reason to wan: me out of the
The two men cursed each other and
called names for a while until Detect
ive Captain baa aald he did not think
he had a riirht to arrest Murphy unless
Burke had more evidence than hla sus
picions. Hurke then appealed tn Mr
Qarvan and the Warrant waa Issued last
nigh- by J ide Robert Carey.
The condition of '"onroy waa described
to-day at Christ Hospital as slight!)
Improved. It Is now uolicved be has a
chance for hla life.
How many Ceylon taaa arc
prcked where grown? Thia
White Rom Coffee, Only 35c. a Ponad
Special for Monday, Ihe Sri
(1IOIOMTK I. III. I) AMI SIIVKB
hTHAWa Kiaalallele flavored (heea
late aad Van. rreani centres with a
lastlna hard i aadr Jaekrt, teasted ta a
huMi box avw
Monday s tillering
gfjaflili AiiHORTr.D CHOTOleATKa
AS INSTIGATOR 0
Ii.It. but. OualltT U hlahtat
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l,M assise nans a i jja- ssis. .T-T
at Hi) it DH riiUesiiru.
PEfifaY A POlNa PR0HI PLIS PARCEL POST
., ,,f the slieie .oerlals will be delivered br Parrel Peal wltkla 50 aulas ml
, vork br addiag the fellowlag aasaaaU to cover postage oa Caadr ud i.
laiaerei nu ...
I - ' . "i s g-fC ha.
l at il.ll. Imv
i nulsiale Mi-mile limit oa aonllratliwa. If dealred. naekasea raa be lasmeed
-s.i - i .... t i'.nl N..' ' j nrrr n"t a nn.
(iirllaioll sail llirith .Ireel .lures open every eteolDg until II PeTeaT
SJ ' ..ere. ...en -.targa- e.eaia. .tl l, .... i.,,
i-mlle limit on Blinllrallini. If desired.
Car. Wast Broadway
it CORTLANDT ST.
Car f burcbSUeet
i'aab stow ek i.aaaau j''
At City Mall Par.
Tba gtBsjfJgg) waists as aaab I
BY A NATIONAL
London Specialist Claims Ner
vous Disorder Is Rapidly
! TONIC NATURE'S AID
i There Are Years of Life in
Each Bottle of Tona
"I waa more tbaa surprised tbe otbjsx
day, said John IVarley Webb, tbe
English expert, who is assisting ia ig
Iroducing Tona Vila in firtater 'etg
York, "when some of my American
friends who have Lren reading my little
talks in the papers came up to me anil
asked me what this acrtrous debility
"I bad thought I bat I bad made this
plain, but 1 can see that if some of my
friends rnnnot underitand, there must
be many otber people in Ibe same fix.
"Nervous deniltty i, ga the name
implies, a weakness of the nervous
system brought about by overtaxation
It is a functional weakness, causing
the nerves to be abnormal in tbeit
"fully half of those who are suffer
ing from nrrvoua debility really imagine
they are suffering from something
else, brcautr this is one of tbe symp
toms of nrrvoua debility.
"A subject of nervous debility will
magnify tor smallest pain and so werk
on his imagination that he will finally
force organic trouble of some king ou
"You will become 'blue,' you will
lark ambition and may ba afflicted
with lark of confidence in yourself:
the smallest misfortunes will worry
you until you allow them to snow you
under entirely; your sleep at night
will become broken and restless. Then
finally when you have cultivated, by
tha aid of your imagination, some dis
ease or another you will become a
speedy prey to it.
"Self preservation ia tba natural in
stinct of n healthy mind, and tba
man who sits down aad leta trouble
over-ride him. merely being content ta
blame it on Fate, surely is a sufferer
from nervous dcbilitv.
"Tona Vila ia a logieal relief from
thia iusidioua disease; its action on
the nerves is like the action of rain on
parched flowers. It tonea up tha
system genet .illy; strengthens the brain
so that all the orgaas of the body act
in speedy obedience to their master.
That wonderful mechanism, tha human
body, is no longer sluggish, but ia full
of life end snap. Anna brain in this
state of health can have no evil imagin
ings. "The average man or woman should
be able tn live out the allotted three
score years aud ten of lift, aad they
ran and will, barring accidents, if thev
make up their minda to banish this
awful canker that is eating into the
vitality of the bumaa race, namely
"There arc years of life contained
iu every Lottie of Tona Vita that Is
sold over tbr counters of the druc,
stores in New York."
W. L. DOUGLAS
3Jfi '44 Shoes
For style, fit And ww
W. L. Douglas shoes
are unequalled at the
price. They are the
staoaard of quality
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NMlar oaalllr elsewhere sa .
POITXD BOX sit
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